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... quiet and
full of human understanding, you ...
Working With Others, p.94
If your talk
has been sane
of human understanding
you have perhaps made
... quiet, and
in the stillness simply say: ...
Step Three, pp.40-41
... quiet disclosures
helped him to lose his ...
Tradition Twelve, p.186
... quiet down
for an undisturbed day or ...
Step Ten, p.89
... quiet for
an hour, carefully reviewing what ...
Into Action, p.75
where we can be
for an hour
, carefully reviewing
what we have done
... quiet his
nerves so he can go ...
There Is A Solution, p.22
... quiet, objective
view will be our steadfast ...
Step Eight, p.82
... quiet opinion,
the sure knowledge and humble ...
Tradition Two, p.135
... quiet sincerity
will often astonish us.
Step Nine, p.84
... quiet that
disturbance, regardless of who or ...
Step Four, p.47
that if we were seriously disturbed
our first need
was to quiet
of who or what we thought caused
... quiet the
jitters, which distressed me terribly.
Doctor Bob's Nightmare, p.176
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